Preservation News - Week of January 10, 2022
Updated: Jan 11, 2022
This week in historic preservation news in Florida,
A pair of 100-year-old buildings in Tampa with links to the Tampa Tribune may be at risk of demolition to make way for new development.
Columnist Gene Hall explores the significant history of Rosenwald Schools.
Alachua County's Dudley Farm, which contains 18 building constructed between 1882 and 1945, has been named a National Historic Landmark.
Tampa Bay lawmakers filed bills to address the historical wrongs caused by abandonment and redevelopment of African American cemeteries.
The Historic Deauville Beach Resort in Miami, a 2019 11 to Save site, has been declared to be "beyond repair" and is set to be demolished.